Castlemont is educating our students to be scholar athletes who commit to their team, act with integrity and compete with sportsmanship, character and pride.
OAL Update - January 28, 2021
Sports conditioning will begin in phases, with 3 week sessions beginning February 1st. All students must complete the OAL Return to Conditioning Registration Form to participate. In addition, all participants must adhere to the following guidelines:
All students must complete a Pre-Participation Physical and submit with registration.
All students must register to be allowed to participate
Registration Link : OAL Return to Conditioning Registration Form
Students will be required to complete a daily COVID Health Screener
via ParentSquare. (Details to follow)
Students must adhere to social distancing guidelines and wear masks.
Students may only attend the same site for the duration of the stage.
Current State guidelines limit athletes to one cohort.
Only registered students will be allowed to participate.
No spectators allowed during session
Parents must remain in vehicle
Students may not share equipment and must bring their own water bottle
Student must continue to check your OUSD email for communications and updates from coaches
Castle Sports Programs
- Boys/Girls Cross Country
- Girls Volleyball
- Boys/Girls Basketball
- Boys/Girls Soccer
- Boys/Girls Swimming
- Boys/Girls Track & Field
- Boys/Girls Wrestling
Frequently Asked Questions:
We will follow the County and District Guidelines. If masks are required, we will make sure that students will not incur a cost.
- When sports start back, do the athletes have to wear masks during the competition?
Again, It will depend on County Guidelines. We are committed to ensuring the safety of students and staff. It is a possibility that we will play games without fans or restricted the number allowed in the gym.
- Once games start to happen, would fans be allowed? Or closed arenas?
At the start of January, First Semester Grading will be taken into consideration as well as the credit threshold. (Sophomores = 50 cr, Juniors = 110, Seniors = 170) After that, the district grading periods will be the eligible mark dates.
- Eligibility, how are students being deemed as eligible or not? What grading period would be used?
At the moment, we do not anticipate a requirement for athletes to get tested. We will follow county and district guidelines.
- Would it be a requirement for the athletes to get tested before competing?